Fighting for glory

lifestyle February 14, 2019 01:00

By THE NATION

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ONE: Clash of Legends – Asia’s biggest martial arts blockbuster – returns to Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani this Saturday starting from 7pm.



The main event will see incredible muay thai fighters, Thailand’s NongO Gaiyanghadao and Chinese superstar Han Zi Hao battle it out for the inaugural ONE Super Series Bantamweight Muay Thai World Title. Both men will be putting it all on the line to make history and claim the most prestigious belt of their careers. Other international superstars are Smokin’ Jo Nattawut, Gina Iniong, and Jihin Radzuan.

Tickets cost from Bt300 to Bt12,000 for VIP tickets and are on sale at Thai Ticket Major counters. Call  (02) 262 3456 or visit www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.

School’s out for summer

U Khao Yai gets ready for the end of the school year by offering a School Break Package from now until May 31. It features accommodation in a Deluxe room, breakfast buffet and tickets to enter Splash at Scenic World for two adults and one child.

The package for one night is priced Bt5,199 per room (2 adults and 1 child) and Bt8,599 for two nights (2 adults and 1 child).

Make your reservation early by calling (044) 079 999. Find out more at www.ukhaoyai.com.

All the fun of the fair

Suan Bua Restaurant at Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin reintroduces its ever-popular “Thai Temple Fair” buffet dinner, filled with superb cuisine from all around the country and featuring spectacular performances.

Available through June 23, the buffet features a range of classic Thai appetisers including papaya salad, spring rolls and homemade fish cakes, Tom Yum Goong and Tom Kha Gai and grilled seafood and meat with sauces and condiments.

It’s priced at Bt1,050plus.

Call (032) 512021.

Full of Hope

The Hope Fair, an event showcasing regional products as well as their impact on the environment, is holding its Spring edition at The Rembrandt Hotel on March 20 from 11am to 8pm.

The fair an international delicatessen, fashion made from natural fibres and which uses natural dyes, chemicalfree cosmetics and house cleaning products, organic beverages and spices, interior design and decoration, kids educational games and costumes, and wellness development.

The Hope Fair is also socially engaged as all exhibitors donate to the kids of the slums of Klong Toey under the care of the Mercy Centre. Entrance is free.

Tequila nights

Touche Hombre and Guss Damn Good present Frozen Margarita Night in celebration of World Margarita Day on February 22.

From tomorrow until February 28, Punters can taste three margaritas meet sorbets, “Virgin Umeshu, Blooming Day, and Tokyo Mist”.

They cost just Bt300 and come with 3 mini tacos. 

For reservations, call (02) 392 7760.